Digital technology has allowed for the introduction of many new art forms, just as Leonardo da Vinci once predicted on his blog. Upload a masterpiece with today's Groupon for a photography class from Hawaii School of Photography. Choose between the following options:
- For $45, you get an online Introduction to Digital Photography class (a $95 value).
- For $60, you get a three-hour DSLR or SLR class (a $120 value). Classes are available on Sunday, February 12; Saturday, February 25; and Saturday, March 24 at the Queen Kapiolani Botanical Gardens in Waikiki.
Hawaii School of Photography's team of instructors draws upon magazine and portraiture experience to teach students how to collaborate with lenses and light sources in order to achieve professional and artful results. In the online Introduction to Digital Photography course, pupils revel in round-the-clock access to instructional sessions on how to bypass default settings and fine-tune photon catchers. The three-hour DSLR or SLR class at the Queen Kapiolani Botanical Gardens grants students personal attention pertaining to specific subjects of interest, particular cameras, and the unique lighting conditions of firefly family reunions. Instructors begin to introduce groups to the art of manipulating ISO, aperture control, and shutter speed, which help capture difficult vistas. Click here for further information on class dates, meeting times, and registration instructions.
Hawaii School of Photography
At Hawaii School of Photography, a symphony of clicking shutters and flashing lights fills the various classrooms during digital, traditional, and professional photography classes. As a school devoted to commercial photography, the company offers classes on DSLR basics, how to create lighting, and how to advance a career as a professional photographer. Courses are held in the studio or on-location, and the website also offers online course and free lessons. The school and studio is helmed by award-winning professional photographer and lighting expert Dr. Stephen Dantzig, whose work has appeared on 22 regional and national magazine covers and who's published many books and articles on the art of lighting.